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2006
ACM
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Inverting schema mappings
A schema mapping is a specification that describes how data structured under one schema (the source schema) is to be transformed into data structured under a different schema (the...
Ronald Fagin
HOTSWUP
2009
ACM
11 years 11 months ago
Automating Database Schema Evolution in Information System Upgrades
The complexity, cost, and down-time currently created by the database schema evolution process is the source of incessant problems in the life of information systems and a major s...
Carlo Curino, Hyun Jin Moon, Carlo Zaniolo
PVLDB
2008
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11 years 6 months ago
Graceful database schema evolution: the PRISM workbench
Supporting graceful schema evolution represents an unsolved problem for traditional information systems that is further exacerbated in web information systems, such as Wikipedia a...
Carlo Curino, Hyun Jin Moon, Carlo Zaniolo
ICDE
2009
IEEE
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12 years 1 months ago
The PRISM Workwench: Database Schema Evolution without Tears
— Information Systems are subject to a perpetual evolution, which is particularly pressing in Web Information Systems, due to their distributed and often collaborative nature. Su...
Carlo Curino, Hyun J. Moon, MyungWon Ham, Carlo Za...
ER
2005
Springer
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12 years 4 days ago
Schema Integration Based on Uncertain Semantic Mappings
Abstract. Schema integration is the activity of providing a unified representation of multiple data sources. The core problems in schema integration are: schema matching, i.e. the...
Matteo Magnani, Nikos Rizopoulos, Peter McBrien, D...
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